"Superman: Enter--The Omega Men!": Right after being split up by Satanis and Syrene's dueling spells, one of the Supermen reappears in 20th Century Metropolis right when the [[Daily Planet|Galaxy Communications Buildin
Appearing in "Superman: Enter--The Omega Men!"
- The Mole
- Number 7
- 2 Members (Unnamed)
- Lord Satanis (Flashback only) (from Action Comics #534)
- Syrene (Flashback only) (from Action Comics #534)
- Rao (Mentioned only)
- Citizens of Metropolis (Unnamed)
- Omega Men
- Green Lantern (Flashback only)
- The Citadel (Flashback only)
- Demonia (Mentioned only)
- Third-Class Gordanian Slaver (Mentioned only)
- Metropolis General Hospital
- Doctor (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
- Harriet (Single appearance)
- Nurse (Unnamed)
- 2 Patients (Unnamed)
- Gary (Single appearance)
- Operating Room Staff (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
- God (Mentioned only)
- 14th Century (Flashback only) (from Action Comics #534)
- Daily Planet Globe (In ruins) and (restored)
- Green Lantern Ring (Flashback only)
- Jimmy Olsen's Signal Watch (Mentioned only)
- The Mole's Laser Guns
- 2 Mole's Boring Machines (a.k.a. Digger)
Synopsis for "Superman: Enter--The Omega Men!"
Right after being split up by Satanis and Syrene's dueling spells, one of the Supermen reappears in 20th Century Metropolis right when the Galaxy Communications Building is toppling down. Superman finds he has lost his invulnerability and heat vision, but he manages to shore up the building thanks to the creative use of his remaining powers. Unfortunately he is struck by a falling boulder and plummets down, but he is caught and flown to safety by a gargoyle-like alien.
Superman is introduced to the Omega Men, who are looking for Green Lantern. Superman warns them that Hal Jordan isn't on Earth nowadays, but he'll not mind lending a hand. Primus tells him of their struggle against the Citadel. They were saved by Green Lantern, but they still need help, and Hal told him Superman is the Earth's greatest champion.
Superman explains how he was split into two Supermen, each possessing only some of their powers. Syrene instantly made off with the invulnerable Superman, since both magicians intended to exploit his invulnerability, and Satanis flung him back to his own time.
Nimbus interrupts his tale to warn the Galaxy Communications Building is still shaking. Superman asks the Omega Men help him out first, and they reluctantly accept. The group saves the Galaxy Communications Building, but then the Mole sinks the Federal Reserve Bank building. Superman and the Omega Men attack the Mole and his minions, and they have the upper hand until Superman gets shot while shielding Primus. The Mole and his crooks run away, and the Omega Men take Superman to the nearest hospital.
As a doctor examines Superman, he stammers out the names of Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane and Clark Kent. Primus decides to bring Lois to the hospital as the doctors prepare to operate on him. At the same time, the Mole has made it to his underground lair and decides it's his lifetime opportunity to kill Superman off. Moments later, he and his men ride two Diggers upwards.
As Superman is being operated on, Kalista does her best to comfort Lois. Suddenly, the Omega Men sense the Mole's machines are attacking another building. Feeling they owe it to Superman, they head out to capture him. They have barely bolted out of the door, though, when the Mole's second vehicle bursts through the hospital's floor and kidnaps Superman despite Lois' efforts to save him.
Appearing in "Air Wave: The Saucerer's Apprentice!"
- Jordan Family
- Karen Peterson (Mentioned only)
- Agent Arrhnyr (Final appearance)
- Alien (Phone call only)
- Justice League of America
- Teen Titans (Mentioned only)
- Alien Bomb (Final appearance)
- Agent Arrhnyr's Communications Helmet
- Agent Arrhnyr's Spacecraft
Synopsis for "Air Wave: The Saucerer's Apprentice!"
Air Wave has to neutralize an alien bomb that could destroy the Earth.
- The alien bomb that was suppose to destroy the Earth but instead was sent into space by Air Wave was placed in the Justice League Satellite's Trophy Room. The Justice League of America did this in honor of Air Wave's heroic action by saving the Earth from being destroyed.
- Superman Recommended Reading
- Action Comics (Volume 1)
- Action Comics (Volume 2)
- Adventures of Superman (Volume 1)
- Batman/Superman (Volume 1)
- Batman/Superman (Volume 2)
- DC Comics Presents (Volume 1)
- Superman (Volume 1)
- Superman (Volume 2)
- Superman (Volume 3)
- Superman (Volume 4)
- Superman (Volume 5)
- Superman/Batman (Volume 1)
- Superman Confidential (Volume 1)
- Superman: The Man of Steel (Volume 1)
- Superman: The Man of Tomorrow (Volume 1)
- Superman/Wonder Woman (Volume 1)
- World's Finest (Volume 1)